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  • A Carroll teenager was high and driving 72 mph when he failed to stop at a gravel-road intersection and crashed into a vehicle and killed its driver, a criminal complaint alleges.
  • Man arrested for 5 window BB shootings

    A 23-year-old Carroll man was arrested Tuesday for a string of vehicle and business window shootings in February and March that caused thousands of dollars worth of damage.

  • A 47-year-old Carroll woman was drunk when she drove her 8-year-old daughter to school Thursday, a criminal complaint alleges.

  • A former employee of the Lanesboro Post Office who faced a felony fraud charge for falsifying money records will not go to jail for the crime if she abides the terms of her probation, a judge decided Thursday.

  • Serial abuser arrested for kidnap, rape of woman

    A former martial arts instructor who has been accused by multiple women of being abusive and controlling in the past several years was arrested Thursday for choking a woman unconscious, slapping her awake and raping her in a secluded neighborhood of Lake Panorama.

  • Jail inmate attacks for badly made bed

    A 44-year-old Carroll jail inmate is accused of punching his cellmate three times in the face this past weekend for having poor bed-making skills.

  • Driver in fatal river crash gets 25 years in prison

    Yazmin Acosta remembers hearing her parents scream and cry when they learned her younger sister was swept away by the Boyer River after a January car crash near Denison.

  • A total of six boys face theft charges in juvenile court for stealing Christmas lights from Carroll houses in the past two weeks.

  • Neck stabber gets up to 30 years in prison

    The 26-year-old Audubon man who stabbed another man in the neck in a jealous rage in February has been sentenced to up to 30 years in prison.

  • A 51-year-old Audubon man is accused of sexually abusing a child who was younger than 12 over the course of a four-year period starting in 2009, court records show.

  • The 65-year-old Scranton woman who is accused of borrowing thousands of dollars from the U.S. Postal Service by falsifying money-order records will plead guilty next week to a misdemeanor charge, according to court records.

  • A 45-year-old Audubon man forced his four children to watch as he beat their mother as he held a knife, according to a criminal complaint.

  • Bookkeeper accused of stealing $23K from law firm

    A 54-year-old former Scranton woman was arrested last week for allegedly using a Jefferson law firm’s credit cards to buy hundreds of items for herself over the course of nearly two years.

  • A 16-year-old Arcadia boy was possibly intoxicated when he fled from an attempted traffic stop Monday night at speeds of more than 100 mph and crashed when he attempted to pass another vehicle west of Carroll.

  • Lawyer says jury selection was flawed

    Ramon Hernandez did not get a fair trial in October, in part because a jury of 12 people that convicted him of all nine criminal charges he faced was almost entirely Caucasian, his attorney argues in court documents.

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